Finland: Wolf killers on the go


Wolves have always had a difficult time globally.
They are feared and persecuted and the hatred of these wonderful animals has developed into a veritable witch hunt, similar to the fox.
Nowhere is this useful top preacher welcome.

Finland is currently planning the next chapter in the book of cruelty against this pitiful species.
For the winter season 2021/22, an ethically reprehensible and terrible model for wolf management was presented in the icy land in the north.
Among other measures, the population is to be reduced to only 25 wolf packs, i.e. the execution of many of this species is planned, despite massive opposition from nature and animal rights activists, and thus wants to make it equal to neighboring Sweden, where these wonderful animals are already regulated.

A working group was set up by the Ministry of Agriculture to determine the best conservation status for the wolf and this questionable “SOKO Wolf” came to the number of 25 packs.
According to Agriculture Minister Jari Leppä, the legal requirements have been regulated and the massacre is planned for winter 2021/22.
The stock hunt should take place during this time.

This represents an ethical catastrophe and probably only pleases the over-anxious farmers who hate the wolf and the hunters who are already “sharpening their knives” or oiling the barrels of their deadly shotguns.

Germany, which is not exactly known for its wildlife and livestock friendliness, above all due to the often hair-raising arbitrariness of Julia Klöckner, Federal Minister for Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection, is only 20,000 km2 larger than Finland, by comparison, much more densely populated, but according to the Federal Agency for Nature Conservation, “tolerates” 128 packs of wolves, 35 couples and ten loners.
This is based on around 1800 animals and an annual increase of 30%.

Despite numerous discussions about the shooting of wolves and the occasional poaching demanded by a few, one is miles away from a massacre on the scale that is supposed to take place in Finland.

According to the authorities, there are 365 wolves in Sweden and the favorable conservation status there is given as 300 individual animals or 30 packs.
That is why the population is also regulated and licenses to shoot down unwanted ancestors of our dogs have already been granted.

The destruction of these precious lives cannot go fast enough for the Finnish Farmers’ Union.
This is pushing for the early start of the mass animal murder.


Tapio Rintala, chairman of the MTK network of Finnish sheep farmers, calls for the massacre to start immediately
He also recommends hunting individual animals instead of packs and killing them mercilessly, as this can be better sold to society as a necessary measure and would increase the shyness of the pack members.

So he pleads for the deliberate deception of the Finns.
Should this man ever give up sheep farming, he would be in good hands in politics with this attitude.

We strongly condemn this heartless, incomprehensible decision made by Finland, as well as the hunt for wolves in general.
These animals just want to live just like us.

Above all, it is thanks to sheep farmers who are too incompetent, greedy, and unwilling to protect herds effectively that the hatred of these fascinating creatures is growing.
We appeal to the Finnish government to reconsider this fatal step.

If one were to stop the hunt for these top predators, as well as the hunt for all other wild animals, then nature would regulate everything itself much better and with full wolves, the farmers no longer need to worry about their sheep.

Unfortunately for them, it is not about animal welfare, but only about their profit, which is a little lower due to torn animals.
We also appeal to all sheep farmers to find out about effective herd protection and to install it.

With a little consideration and understanding, we can be spared the witch hunt for wolves globally and one of nature’s many wonders can be preserved.

Please also sign all of these petitions to put an end to the hunt for these wonderful creatures across Europe:

Gemeinsam für die Tiere- (Together for the animals)

And I mean…… 150 billion animals are slaughtered worldwide every year, that’s 4756 every second …
As a competitor to this daily massacre, the wolf cannot keep up.

Wild animals make up just 3% of the total biomass of terrestrial vertebrates on earth!
The rest is “use” animals + people!

In 2016, the Norwegian government made a similar shameful decision on the wolf issue
To protect the livestock population (especially sheep), they released 47 wolves to be shot.

That was two-thirds of the population in the whole country.
This is how hunters and their lobbyists regulate life in the forest.

Apart from that: The predators do not practice environmentally damaging factory farming, they eat what is there or starve to death.
Farmers keep thousands of animals in stable, tightly packed, without movement, occupation, or daylight.
The animals stand on slatted floors in their own shit, which is then collected as liquid manure.

Farm animal keepers are crueler. If I’m not crueler, then I don’t use them for my economic interests either.
Animal breeding alone is torture because the animals are bred for maximum performance and have physical problems

No farmer has the right to portray the wolf as a danger
Others are the criminals in livestock farming!

My best regards to all, Venus

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